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Finding God's Life new arrival for My Will: outlet online sale His Presence Is the Plan online

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ECPA BESTSELLER • The lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist for award-winning contemporary Christian band Tenth Avenue North shows readers that by seeking God first and focusing on serving Him, we can live daily in His will.

"Perhaps God isn''t giving me the plan because He wants to be the plan."

This was the aha moment for Mike Donehey after years of wrestling with his obsession to know God''s specific plans for his life. He came to the realization that waiting for absolute certainty from God before making decisions may seem uberspiritual, but it can lead to a life of intense stress, paralyzing fear, and crushing regret--just the opposite of the freedom granted to those living a Christ-filled life.

"This is my story...how I gave up begging to know God''s will and began to ask His life to come and change my will."

With his signature humor and relentless hunger for God, Mike will show you that discovering the Father''s purpose and plan for our lives is not the shell game that we all too often make it out to be. If you''re unsure what to do next, take heart and accept the ultimate invitation: learn to see God as the plan, not simply the formula to the plan.

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“With many instances of divine inspiration that come from his dedication to prayer and biblical study, Donehey advises readers to focus only on what one knows and to ‘stop living for God and experience the sweetness of living because of God.’ Donehey’s upbeat tone will appeal to Christians looking for inspiration and motivation when making tough decisions.” Publishers Weekly

“Mike has been a friend of mine for years. He is equal parts fun, wise, and kind. He says what he believes, and he believes what he says. This book is full to the brim with words from a voice I trust, because Mike lives out the gospel message without pretense and with tremendous vulnerability.” —Bob Goff, author of New York Times bestsellers Love Does and  Everybody, Always

“Who is waiting for you when the road rises up and smacks you in the face, when life sneaks up and hits you from behind and knocks you to your knees? Mike Donehey realized that it was from these positions he was in the best place to reach out for God’s hand and rise up. From accidents and intentions, decadence to ascension, his life and God’s will found a place called home.” —Ken Mansfield, author, producer, and former US manager of the Beatles’ Apple Records

“Some books are fun to read while others just hit home, but my friend Mike Donehey has a way of doing both here. He is brilliant with words; his storytelling makes you laugh out loud; and yet— with all humility—in every chapter he blindsides you with truth that spins you right into freedom. When you have all of this writ- ten by someone with the highest values and character, you end up with a resource God uses in your life. This is a must-read.” —Chuck Bomar, pastor of Colossae Church and author of Better Off Without Jesus and  Serving Local Schools

“At times in our friendship, God has used Mike to tell me exactly what I need to hear at just the right moment. I believe many will feel that Mike has done the same for them after reading  Finding God’s Life for My Will. Reading Mike’s words is like getting a new eyeglass prescription. You’ll see Jesus and life with new clarity, and the result will be joy, freedom, and peace. This is a great read for anyone looking to take a next step with Jesus while laughing along the way.” —Timothy Ateek, executive director of Breakaway Ministries

“Challenging, captivating, and convicting. In  Finding God’s Life for My Will, Mike not only offers a refreshing perspective, but he also gives us the wisdom we need to really live the life we were always made for!” —Jordan Lee Dooley, bestselling author of Own Your Everyday and host of the SHE podcast

“It was a little intense, especially the car-crash part. It’s awesome. It’s amazing. It’s wonderful. It’s just a book you can read when you’re feeling down. It inspires you to help your feelings courage up so you’re feeling happy and have a great new start for the day.” —Eisley Donehey, age nine

“It’s very, like, calming, you know? It’s very peaceful, you know . . . like . . . it’s very good, and it has lots of pages, and I bet you would want to read it.” —Nora Donehey, age eight

About the Author

MIKE DONEHEY is the lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist for the Christian contemporary band Tenth Avenue North. Since 2000, he has been sharing the truth of the gospel in front of millions of people through song and speaking. Mike, his wife, Kelly, and their four daughters live in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Chapter 1: Jordan River or Red Sea?

It took me way too long to figure out that I should marry my wife, Kelly. To some, we were still married quite young. I was twenty-seven and she was twenty-six when we finally said “I do.” We dated for three and a half years, though. And looking back, I think we dated precisely three years and three months too long. She was beautiful and funny; she loved God, her friends, puppies, mountains, and the elderly. She was perfect. Yet I just couldn’t bring myself to pop the question. On paper, she was flawless, but what if she was tricking me? I was a theater major in college, so I knew a thing or two about pretending. What if we got a few days into the honeymoon and she removed the mask? What if underneath all that kindness and warmth, she was actually a tyrannical mutant? I mean, love knows no boundaries, but there were some things I couldn’t live with. Wasn’t marriage about finding a perfect person for you? I needed to be absolutely certain. I didn’t want an ounce of guesswork when it came to who I would be with for the rest of my life.

At the two-and-a-half-year mark, I sat on my bed and struggled with the song I was writing. It wasn’t really a song, I admit. It was more an argument than a composition. But that’s always been the way I write songs. I bring my questions, and my guitar brings her six strings, and I let the two of them wrestle it out. That’s exactly what I was doing one not-so-ordinary South Florida day.

I brooded on, as a typical afternoon thunderstorm raged outside my window. I was storming on the inside. I scribbled away in my journal, desperately trying to convince my heart to quit freaking out and hoping that God would give me the answer I was looking for. A simple yes or no would have sufficed, but try as I might, my heart was still in upheaval, and the Almighty wasn’t talking. “Just tell me what to do!” I screamed between verses. “I don’t need to know anything else—just give me this one answer!” It didn’t help that I had recently graduated from a private Christian college. It seemed that my friends were all receiving words from the Lord left and right, while all I got was His cold shoulder. “Thanks, Jesus,” I said, pouting. “I thought I was Your boy.” Even though I knew I loved my girlfriend, I didn’t think my love was enough of a reason to jump in. I needed a divine green light from the Maker Himself. Why couldn’t He do that? He parted the Red Sea, after all. He certainly could part my worry and grant me a little bit of peace. What was He waiting for? My conundrum continued.

I knew I had to make a choice. A few months earlier, we had actually broken up for the fifth and what felt like the final time. Yes, my wife and I broke up five times while we were dating. I’m telling you, it’s a miracle we made it. There was a myriad of reasons for our other breakups, but this time the reason was simple. I couldn’t commit. The day before I was supposed to get on a plane and ask her father for her hand in marriage, I backed out. Ouch. In my weak defense, I didn’t technically back out. I simply told my soon-to-be fiancée that I was scared to death. Shockingly, she didn’t like that. I guess a woman doesn’t like to hear that her man is unsure the day before he’s asking for her hand in marriage. Imagine that. The next day she justifiably got on the plane to Michigan without me, and I, also justifiably, stayed home in my fog of indecision.

Somehow I talked her into dating me again but soon found myself right back where I had started. I was still scrounging for peace to make the move into matrimony. Why couldn’t I get it together? I beat my head against the top of my guitar. Was this some sort of artist’s unconscious self-sabotage? Was I in love with my doubt more than my faith? Was I making things harder than they needed to be for creativity’s sake? Some old David Wilcox lyrics played in my head: “I was mourning the loss of the choices I’d lose.” Exactly. Choosing her meant not choosing anyone else. I was terrified. Saying yes to this girl meant saying no to every other girl down the road. What if my future soul mate was about to descend on a white horse from heaven, but I jumped the gun?

I threw my guitar down and put my running shoes on. Disgusted, I heaved myself out the front door and ran headlong into the storm. The thunder and lightning outside perfectly reflected the tempest raging inside me. I started running in spite of the pouring rain. I’ve found that sometimes when you’re stuck in a spiritual standoff, the best thing to do is to stop waiting for permission and start moving.

So I did.

I didn’t even care that I was getting soaked. I didn’t think twice about the mixture of tears, rain, and snot streaming down my face. I just kept going. I was still living in West Palm Beach at the time—which, by the way, is one of the greatest places to go for a run—and before I knew it I had covered a couple of miles. Three miles passed, then four. Apparently, panic is a fantastic performance enhancer. I traversed back alleys and a few neighborhoods until I began my ascent of the intercoastal bridge. I was charging up and over the precipice like an angry, bellowing rhinoceros when the rain suddenly stopped. The clouds parted. Sunrays streamed through holes in the clouds and danced down across the water. I slowed my gait to a jog, then a walk. Soon I came to a dead stop at the top of the bridge. My friend Caleb used to say of this oceanic occurrence, “The fish are getting out their sparklers.” And they seemed to be. Standing there, soaked from head to toe, I caught my breath and stared out at nature’s party unfolding before me.

Then God spoke.

And He completely avoided my question.

I’ll never leave you nor forsake you, He whispered to my heart.

“What?” I stammered, sweaty and out of breath.

I’ll never leave you nor forsake you, He repeated.

“Cool,” I shot back to the heavens. “But that’s not what I asked!”

I work all things together for good for those who love Me and have been called according to My purpose. He was insistent.

“Thanks God,” I responded with a snort. “Now You’re just messing with me, aren’t You?”

It went on like this for some time. Me standing exhausted on a bridge, annoyingly arguing with the sky, and God flooding my mind with promise after promise. It’s honestly a bit embarrassing to admit. I still don’t know why it took me so long to see what God was doing, but slowly, steadily, surely, as He refused to give me the answer I was looking for, something I hadn’t ever considered became quite clear. Perhaps, I thought, God isn’t giving me the plan because He wants to be the plan.

Awkward silence.


Jumping into the Jordan

I married the girl in the end. Ten years in and four daughters later, I couldn’t be happier about it. If you’ve met my wife, then you know I outkicked the coverage. And no, God never told me to marry her. At least, not in the way I thought He would. He never told me no, so I started walking toward yes. I stopped asking for an answer and moved based on what I knew was true. I guess you could say I stopped waiting for Him to part the Red Sea and decided to jump into the Jordan River. My friend Bob calls it “going Grand Canyon.” It’s his way of approaching life as if he’s skydiving. Some big decisions look terrifying until you realize God’s grace is strapped to your back like a parachute. I call it jumping into the Jordan because I had to let the currents of God’s faithfulness wash away my fear that He wouldn’t come through.

In case you’re not familiar with the story, in the book of Exodus, we’re told that God parted the Red Sea before the fleeing Israelites made it to the water’s edge. Pharaoh’s army thundered ominously behind, but God’s chosen people walked across the sea’s expanse on dry land. There wasn’t even a drop on them. In the book of Joshua, God also miraculously parted the Jordan River for the people, but that time it was different. In this story, God didn’t make it quite so easy for His people. This time, some of them were going to have to get their feet wet. The priests carrying the ark of the covenant had to march straight into the unknown waters like Indiana Jones had to leap from the lion’s head. Once they felt the cold reality of the river’s current hit their sandaled feet, that’s when God moved the waters. Marrying Kelly was my jumping-into-the-Jordan moment. I never heard a no from God, so I just kept taking the next step. Before I knew it, the river had receded and I was dancing in the Promised Land. It was scary, uncomfortable, and euphoric. But it’s what God had to demand of me to expose my fears.

Why does God do this? Why does He let me stand and watch some decisions part before me like the Red Sea but then other times force me to follow Him into the Jordan’s unknowns? I don’t have all the answers. But I do know that once I stopped asking God what I was supposed to do with my life and simply started asking how and why I was supposed to live my life, the seas of doubt began to part. In other words, I went with what I knew instead of letting what I didn’t know paralyze me. This is essential. It’s what marks our lives with faith. Instead of sitting stagnant at the water’s edge, waiting for the miracle, we get up. We start working with what we do know.

The next time you’re standing terrified on the shores of indecision, ask yourself what you know you should be doing. It could be as simple as giving thanks. It could be as demanding as selling off some possessions and giving the proceeds to the poor. It could be as impossible as forgiving someone before they even apologize. I don’t know where you need to start, but I suggest starting with what you know. It’s amazing the domino effect small acts of love can put into motion.

When it came to marrying my wife, I realized I needed to stop worrying if Kelly was the one and start worrying about how I would treat her if she were. I quickly surmised that dragging her along while I weighed all my other options was hardly the most loving thing I could do. Running across the bridge that day, I came to the hard realization that I would have to take the first steps of faithfulness toward her if I wanted to find out if she’d be faithful to me. Choosing her was not only something I had to do that day; it’s something I’ve had to commit to doing every day since. I desperately wish more couples understood this. Love is action. It’s a perpetual yes. After all, I know a lot of guys who begged God for an answer about who they should marry, and then it seems they stopped asking Him how they should love that girl every day since they received the answer they were looking for.

So what kind of moment are you in? If you’re reading this book, there’s a good chance you’re currently swimming in some kind of indecision. Should you wait for the Red Sea to part or jump into the Jordan? Which is it gonna be? Sadly, I won’t play God for you. I’m quite sure only the Holy Spirit can tell you what to do in the end. But consider this: God loves it when we move in faith. He loves when we don’t have all the answers but we act as though we trust that He does. So whether you’re waiting or wading forward, take heart. He has more plans for you than you have for yourself. And even better, He’s the only one who tells the waters which way to run.

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Jen & John
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This book will inspire you to examine your life, your relationship with others, and with God.
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2019
If you are looking for a book that will tell you exactly how to live your life to please God, this is not that book. If you are looking for a book that will tell you exactly how to life your life to please others, this is not that book. If you are looking for a book that... See more
If you are looking for a book that will tell you exactly how to live your life to please God, this is not that book. If you are looking for a book that will tell you exactly how to life your life to please others, this is not that book. If you are looking for a book that will inspire you to examine your life, your relationship with others, and your relationship with God, this IS that book. If you are a fan of Tenth Avenue North and have ever seen them in concert, you will recognize Mike''s voice and his sense of humor throughout this book. He shares his story, lays out the good, the bad and the ugly for everyone to see. He doesn''t have it all figured out. He''s figured out that he doesn''t have it all figured out, and that''s ok. Through the writing of this book, Mike embraces the position that we are to tell people about God, and to go through life being examples of Christ''s love for us to others. According to Mike, "Jesus never asked us to change the world. He said to love one another." A timely message in the climate of today''s world. "The whole world doesn''t have to be your concern. The people in your immediately vicinity do." The takeaway from this book is not all the answers to all the questions. Mike ends the book with a section titled the Best is Yet to Come. God wants us to walk with him. God wants us to be His light that others may come to know Him through our lives. The best IS yet to come. I received an advanced copy of this book from Waterbrook and Multnomah. All opinions expressed are my own.
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Really good point. A lot of autobiography
Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
Somewhat critical review- I read this book following an outstanding interview with Mike Donehey on an online podcast. The premises he spoke of were solid and thought provoking. The book is wrapped around the same premises, but the majority of the writing is the... See more
Somewhat critical review- I read this book following an outstanding interview with Mike Donehey on an online podcast. The premises he spoke of were solid and thought provoking. The book is wrapped around the same premises, but the majority of the writing is the autobiographical background surrounding them. This book, really, is an autobiography. It’s a personal testimony of what he’s learned so far in his spiritual walk.

What I like: he’s got some good, solid and even profound points

What was lacking: I wanted more points and perhaps the autobiographical points could be culled down to focus on the ones relevant to the point being made.

I personally think the author, as he continues in his walk, will one day be able to write a significant work of points to pull people from their flesh to a spiritual walk in Christ- his insight and humility and personal steps demonstrate Faith and sanctification; perhaps another book in 10-15 years would amass even greater wisdom through Faith-life experience.

As critical as this review may be, the central idea of this book is exceptional, and I think of the key sentence surrounding his primary point almost daily. He makes one significantly profound point that, if you haven’t heard his interview, is worth the read.
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Buy It. Read It. Share It. 5/5
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2019
Look at all these 5 stars! Believe the stars lol This book is great! It’s great in its writing, story telling, conversational reading, inspirational, funny, and God-breathing ways. Want to know more about Mike from the band Tenth Avenue North? PS.... See more
Look at all these 5 stars!
Believe the stars lol
This book is great!
It’s great in its writing, story telling, conversational reading, inspirational, funny, and God-breathing ways.
Want to know more about Mike from the band Tenth Avenue North?
PS. Their new album: NO SHAME just came out! Add that CD to your cart too while you’re at it.
Want to know his personal struggles and how you can relate to him?
More importantly want to know how you can find God’s Life for Your Will?
This book may not have all the answers you are looking for but it sure will steady your heart and help you in that journey.
Buy it read it share it
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Kristin Hill Taylor
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Gentle, encouraging truth we all need to hear
Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2019
I heard Mike Donehey of Tenth Avenue North recently on Annie F. Downs''s podcast and ordered his new book before the podcast episode was over. He said things about leaders and followers that intrigued me and encouraged me to follow Jesus more closely. In “Finding... See more
I heard Mike Donehey of Tenth Avenue North recently on Annie F. Downs''s podcast and ordered his new book before the podcast episode was over. He said things about leaders and followers that intrigued me and encouraged me to follow Jesus more closely.

In “Finding God’s Life for My Will,” I marked catchy lines and thought-provoking paragraphs and rhetorical questions I need to keep asking myself. I texted a friend a few pictures of pages from the chapter about sorrow & joy and I read aloud to my husband funny and meaningful stories. I’m going to recommend the book to multiple friends with whom I have ongoing conversations on faith. (Obviously, I’m recommending this book to y’all too.)

I haven’t read many non-fiction books this year and am generally selective about which ones I read. This world is so noisy and bossy. But in this book, Mike Donehey shares stories that are gentle, funny, and true. He quotes scripture and reminds readers of what Jesus did for us, what we should do about it, and how life is not nearly as complicated as we make it sometimes.
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Jamie
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Great book! Really makes you think.
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2019
I received an advanced reader copy of this book from WaterBrook and Multnomah. I''ve long been a fan of Mike''s band, Tenth Avenue North, in part because their lyrics just speak to me. They also put out devotionals that accompany many of their albums, which Mike... See more
I received an advanced reader copy of this book from WaterBrook and Multnomah.

I''ve long been a fan of Mike''s band, Tenth Avenue North, in part because their lyrics just speak to me. They also put out devotionals that accompany many of their albums, which Mike has a large part in writing. I was super excited when I heard that Mike would be releasing a WHOLE book! I tore into the book as soon as it showed up in my mailbox and barely put it down before I finished it. I was NOT disappointed! Mike has a way of communicating that just hits the nail on the head; a way of sharing deep concepts in an easy to understand manner. This book tackled some hard concepts in ways that totally made sense. I really loved his authenticity and honesty throughout the book. I''m sure he has more stories and wisdom to share and I can''t wait for him to write more books! :)
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God inspired, rich in truth!
Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2019
I am only on chapter 1 so far, however, I feel greatly inspired. Mike, your situation of looking for answers, yes/no, from GOD, it''s very relatable. What I''ve found mind-blowing from chapter 1, is that GOD spoke HIS own scriptures to you as an "answer" to your rainy, tear... See more
I am only on chapter 1 so far, however, I feel greatly inspired. Mike, your situation of looking for answers, yes/no, from GOD, it''s very relatable. What I''ve found mind-blowing from chapter 1, is that GOD spoke HIS own scriptures to you as an "answer" to your rainy, tear soaked questions. Which shows me that God already knew you would have questions, and HE inspired the words of the BIBLE 2,000+ years ago, knowing already what your heart would wonder and desire. You already had your answers, hidden between the pages of a BIBLE, that I''m sure most of us already have a copy of in our own homes. No need to ask questions. GOD already gave us answers before we had a chance to ask a thing. Thank you JESUS for using Mike to remind us to look to the BIBLE for guidance. Seek GOD always. This book is sure to be a great read!
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If you are struggling with uncertainity..READ THIS!
Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2021
Prior to readng this book,I heard a podcast of Mike on Spotify, Chasing the Beauty. I had no idea that he had a podcast,hence I listenend to a few episodes that had me hooked. On one episode, he spoke about a book he wrote, so this sparked my curiousity to know more about... See more
Prior to readng this book,I heard a podcast of Mike on Spotify, Chasing the Beauty. I had no idea that he had a podcast,hence I listenend to a few episodes that had me hooked. On one episode, he spoke about a book he wrote, so this sparked my curiousity to know more about Mike who is also my favorite singer from the band, Tenth Avenue North. Tenth Avenue North is my favorite band, thier songs have been so uplifting to me and God has used their snogs to speak to me: By Your Side, Oh My Dear, By Your Side, Don''t Stop the Madness, The Struggle,Grace, Beloved and so many other songs!

I was inspired reading though all the trials that Mike had to endure as a singer and not a person in general. I will say this was not a memoir per say but you did hear most about how his faith is intregrated to every part of his life.

Finding God''s will is not a concrete place where God is just going to show us EVERYTHING and the EXACT place where we are going to be. His will is to love mercy, bear fruit and act justly..that is it? Yes.. That is what scares us the most right because in our uncertian moments..God wants us to trust Him. In our doubt..He wants us to trust Him.. In our despair..He wants us to trust Him. Mike candidly tells us that we are loved and treasured not because of something we can do FOR God but because God the Father is just Love. He loves everything about us and just wants us to relax and enjoy.

At this moment..I really needed to read this book due to the uncetain circumstances I am currently facing.

Highly recommended to everyone!
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The book has multiple excellent points, things to ponder, and examples from his life. One issue I have is when he says to tell people who are confessing secrets they are holding for fear of rejection, is that all you got? Instead, I would say, "I am so... See more
The book has multiple excellent points, things to ponder, and examples from his life.

One issue I have is when he says to tell people who are confessing secrets they are holding for fear of rejection, is that all you got?

Instead, I would say, "I am so sorry you have been carrying that burden for so long! It is terrible. Good thing Jesus has taken care of it. And I want you to know I love you anyway."

It is good to have a sensitivity to sin. Whenever someone dismissed something in the past that I felt bad about as not that bad, I never told the person again anything.

I recall reading about a guy who had done a crime. His friends dropped him except one. That friend stuck by him and said he would never believe he had done it. But the guy had. He ended up taking his life. That author wondered if he should have said, even if ypu are guilty, I will still be your friend.

That stuck with me.

The author is an excellent writer and gives much to think about.

This book is worth your time to read.
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Humbling and convicting
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 16, 2019
This book was centred in biblical truth that God''s word speaks into the readers life to transform and give hope. Mike has this wonderful way of sharing his life, never in the sense to glorify himself but to show how God can turn any situation round for his good. It is...See more
This book was centred in biblical truth that God''s word speaks into the readers life to transform and give hope. Mike has this wonderful way of sharing his life, never in the sense to glorify himself but to show how God can turn any situation round for his good. It is humbling, humorous and most importantly convicting. I highly recommend this book.
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Totally recommend it!
Reviewed in Mexico on December 27, 2019
It is a good book, very useful for knowing more about God''s purpose for us and having a deeper relationship with Him.
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Incredible book!! Everyone needs to read this!!
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